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5 Days Murchison Falls & Kibale Forest, Uganda
Uganda is a country that is full of natural wonders and unique experiences like nowhere else on the planet. Visiting Uganda allows travellers to visit some of the world's most sought-after sights, such as Kibale Forest and Murchison Falls. Kibale Forest is an untouched temperate forest home to Africa’s highest concentration of primates, including endangered chimpanzees. Travellers will have a chance to observe these animals go about their day in their natural habitat on a gorilla trek with experienced guides. Murchison Falls, Uganda's largest National Park, provides travellers with stunning views, lush vegetation, and plentiful wildlife - all accessible by guided open-air safari vehicles. If you’re looking for an experience unlike any other visit to visit Uganda - your visit will be an unforgettable journey!
- Meet and Greet
- All airport transfers and assistance
- Accommodation on safari on a Fullboard basis
- Park entry and Conservation Fees
- Private transport during the safari in a Tourist Land Cruiser
- Services of an English / Bi-lingual speaking driver-guides
- Bottled drinking water while trekking and in the vehicle
- All taxes on the services quoted above
- Meals and beverages other than specified.
- Passport and visa fees and service charges for obtaining visas.
- Excess baggage charges levied by airlines.
- Gratuities to drivers/guides and other conveyance attendants.
- Laundry and other items of a personal nature, such as drinks, telephone calls ETC
- Personal, baggage, Accident and Trip Cancellation/Interruption insurance.
- Cost for anything not specifically mentioned in the inclusions listed above.
DAY 1: Nairobi- Kibale Forest National Park
Our staff will be waiting for you at the airport in Kampala, and from there, you will be transferred to Fort Portal, the capital of the Toro Kingdom, and then to Kibale Forest National Park. Get here before lunchtime. Explore the Ndali Crater lake later in the day. At the Lodge/Camp for supper and the night.
DAY 2: Kibale Forest National Park
Trekking chimpanzees in the early morning at Kibale Forest (minimum 15 years and above). Primate species such as grey-cheeked mangabeys, baboons, vervet monkeys, Red colobus, black and white colobus, Red-tailed monkeys, and many others call this forest home. After lunch, take a stroll to Bigodi Wetland to spot a variety of species, including Hautlaub's golden, Black weavers, Speckled Mousebird, Black-hooded, Grosbeak, Black-necked, Masked Swallow, Blue Flycatcher, Black and White Mannikin, Red-eyed Dove, Lead-colored Flycatcher, and many more. At the Lodge/Camp for supper and the night.
DAY 3: Kibale Forest – Murchison Falls National Park
Start your day with a trip north to Murchison Falls National Park. Uganda's largest national park preserves a wide stretch of undeveloped savannah that lies on each side of the Nile River. Over 76 different kinds of mammals call this park their home, and you can see them all here. There are about 300 different types of birds in the park, some of which are rather uncommon. These include the African darter, Goliath heron, Saddle-billed stork, White-faced whistling-duck, Crested and Heuglin's francolins, Stanley and Black-bellied bustards, and the Shoe-billed stork. Visit the overlook of the 45-meter drop of the Nile as it plunges into a canyon 6 meters deep. There are a lot of great vantage locations for taking pictures. At the Lodge/Camp for supper and the night.
DAY 4: Murchison Falls National Park
After a hearty breakfast, go off on a game drive along the northern Nile River bank, where you'll have a better chance of spotting a variety of bird species. After lunch, you may take a boat ride down the Nile to witness the incredible hippos, crocodiles, and water birds that live in and around the river. This is where the huge Murchison falls begin. At the Lodge/Camp for supper and the night.
DAY 5: Murchison Falls National Park – Kampala
After breakfast, you'll leave the park and go to Kampala. You will have a stopover on the way at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary to see some rhinos and have lunch. Later drop off at the airport. Bid goodbye to Uganda.